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The Wright Brothers Lesson PlanThe Wright Brothers Teachers Guide

The Wright Brothers

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Our Wright Brothers lesson plan teaches students all about the Wright Brothers and their accomplishments. Students will be able to speak about the Wright Brothers and what they contributed to flight. They will also build their own paper airplanes.

Time Lesson PlanTime Teachers Guide

Time

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In our Time lesson plan, students develop their ability to tell time using both digital and analog clocks. They practice reading the time on clocks to the nearest hour, half-hour, and five minutes.

Time Estimation

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With our Time Estimation lesson plan, students learn how to read analog and digital clocks as well as how to use “AM” and “PM” when talking or writing about time.

Time Zones Lesson PlanTime Zones Teachers Guide

Time Zones

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Our Time Zones lesson plan teaches students about both worldwide and United States-specific time zones. Students learn why time zones exist, what the time zones in the U.S. are, and how to convert between time zones.

Topic Focus for Writing

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With our Topic Focus for Writing lesson plan, students learn how to stay focused on a topic while writing and how to identify the main topic of someone else’s writing.

Triangles

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With our Triangles lesson plan, students learn about triangles, including what they are, how to identify them, and how to differentiate them from other shapes.

Triangles (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanTriangles (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Triangles (Grades 1-3)

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In our Triangles lesson plan for grades 1-3, students learn the basics about triangles. They practice drawing triangles as well as identifying them.

Types of Books Lesson PlanTypes of Books Teachers Guide

Types of Books

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Our Types of Books lesson plan teaches students about the differences between fiction and nonfiction books and texts. Students also learn about some common genres and practice identifying them.

Understanding Addition/Subtraction Lesson PlanUnderstanding Addition/Subtraction Teachers Guide

Understanding Addition/Subtraction

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Our Understanding Addition/Subtraction lesson plan helps young students understand addition and subtraction emphasizing the place value.

Understanding an Equal Sign Lesson PlanUnderstanding an Equal Sign Teachers Guide

Understanding an Equal Sign

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Our Understanding an Equal Sign lesson plan teaches students what an equal sign symbol means in mathematics. Students practice using equal signs and identifying equivalencies.

Understanding Details Lesson PlanUnderstanding Details Teachers Guide

Understanding Details

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In our Understanding Details lesson plan, students learn how to extract and recognize details in writing in order to enhance reading comprehension. Students practice identifying details in written works and articulating why they are important.

Understanding Dialogue Lesson PlanUnderstanding Dialogue Teachers Guide

Understanding Dialogue

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In our Understanding Dialogue lesson plan, students develop a deeper understanding of dialogue, including how to identify it, why it’s used, and how to interpret it. Students also practice extracting information about characters, settings, and themes from dialogue.

Understanding Through Illustrations

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With our Understanding Through Illustrations lesson plan, students learn how to gain information about character, plot, and setting from illustrations.

Understanding Through Illustrations

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With our Understanding Through Illustrations lesson plan, students learn how to effectively use illustrations to gain information about a text. Students practice looking at illustrations and identifying relevant information as a part of this lesson.

Urban, Suburban, & Rural Areas Lesson PlanUrban, Suburban, & Rural Areas Teachers Guide

Urban, Suburban, & Rural Areas

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Our Urban, Suburban, & Rural Areas lesson plan teaches students the differences between urban, suburban, and rural places. They learn to define each and practice identifying different urban, suburban, and rural places and their characteristics.

Use of Context for Self-Correction

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With our Use of Context for Self-Correction lesson plan, students learn how to use context to determine the meaning of words.

Using a Ruler Lesson PlanUsing a Ruler Teachers Guide

Using a Ruler

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In our Using a Ruler lesson plan, students learn how to use a ruler. They practice measuring the lengths of different classroom objects and discuss situations in which they might need to use a ruler to measure something in real life.

Using Appropriate Sentences

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With our Using Appropriate Sentences lesson plan, students learn some basic grammar rules, especially related to word order, along with some reasons that proper grammar is important.